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- The Invisible Observer: Ravinder Takkar Takes Charge Of Vodafone Idea
- Airtel Africa’s Mobile Money, Data Growth To Double By 2024
- Changing Optics Of Telecom War: RJio, Airtel Compete For Broadband Biz
- Mobile Data Price Down By 95% But Revenue Up 2.5 Times In 5 Years: TRAI
- Two Other FIPB Clearances That Made Some Noise
- Reliance Jio Gears Up For Next Big Disruption
- Finance Ministry Amends PMLA Act To Supply Readability On Digital KYC
- Vodafone Idea Lost 68 Million Users In 6 Months, Jio Added 44 Million
- Vodafone, Idea Data Performance Benefited By Merger, Ookla Claims
- PMO Hangs Up On BSNL-MTNL Merger Plan For Now
- Indian Market Yet To See Return On 4G Spends, Believes Ookla Co-Founder And GM
- Jio And Guavus Partner On AI-Powered Analytics
- Vodafone Idea’s Struggles Continue As It Loses Its CEO
- Anil Agarwal, Mukesh Ambani Join Suitors List For Acquiring RCom Assets
- Vodafone’s India Woes
- DoT Asks Registrar Of Companies To Put Airtel-Tata Tele Merger On Hold
- Vodafone Idea Loss Triggers Rs 21,500 Crore M-Cap Loss In Birla Firms
- Railways May Get Free Spectrum Worth Rs 65,000 Crore For Signal Upgradation
- Intelligence Brief: Why Nationwide Fibre Is The Backbone Of India 5G Aspirations
- India, France To Finalise Plans For Cybersecurity Cooperation
- COAI Urges Cut In USO Fee To 3 Percent, Telecom Licence Fee To 4 Percent
- Mukesh Ambani’s Jio: Reliance Jio’s 3-Year Journey To India’s Largest Telco In Numbers
- Linking Of User Profile With Aadhaar: SC To Hear Facebook’s Plea
- Tech Turns To Flexi Staffing To Keep Its Bench From Idling
- Govt. Consults Select Stakeholders For Views On Data Protection Bill
- A Wake-Up Call For DoT, Rahul Khullar
- Bharti Airtel May Not Buy 5G Spectrum And Expensive 700 MHz Airwaves
- India’s Digital Divide Is Not Just About Accessibility
- Railways Landmark: 3000th Station Gets WiFi, 1000 Enabled In Just 15 Days
- Almost Half Of Mobile Towers In South Delhi Illegal
- Cyber Threats To Worsen With Tech Advances: Israeli Expert
- Empowering India Digitally Through E-Governance
- Vodafone Idea Falls 6% As CEO Balesh Sharma Resigns
- Airtel Payment Bank Loss Widens To Rs 339 Crore In FY19, Revenue Jumps 59%
- Telangana, Google India Sign MoU For Promoting Digital Telangana Initiative
- Paytm Wins BCCI’s Title Sponsorship Rights With Rs 326.8 Crore Bid
- Expect Growth In Indian Smartphone Segment To Continue: Xiaomi
- Xiaomi Not Concerned By Economic Slowdown
- Infosys Expands Strategic Partnership With Google Cloud
- OPPO Signs Patent Deals With Intel, Ericsson
- Telenor Ready To Pay $224.6 Million, Legal Battle Continues
- Keysight Technologies Reports Third Quarter 2019 Results
- Fujitsu And Qualcomm Complete 5G Data Calls In Sub-6 GHz And mmWave Spectrum Bands
- Red Hat Launches OpenShift Service Mesh To Accelerate Adoption Of Microservices And Cloud-Native Applications
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